00 Monograph series, 46 RG571 Defining a pitfall as a situation in the pathway of care that can compromise or complicate the course of treatment and the outcome, orthopaedic surgeons warn colleagues what to watch out for in the diagnosis of shoulder conditions, treating shoulder impingement, treating anterior shoulder instability, the diagnosis and management of posterior and multidirectional instability, treating shoulder pain in throwing athletes, rotator cuff surgery, managing proximal humerus fractures, acromioclavicular joint injuries, treating clavicle fractures, and shoulder arthroplasty.
What does MDI stand for?
MDI stands for Multidirectional Instability
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- Modern(ized) Demolition Initiators
- Modified Dipole Interaction
- Monitoring Division Incorporated
- Monolithic Dome Institute (Italy, TX)
- Montgomery Design International (Westmont, IL)
- Motor Development International (Luxemburg and France)
- Mount Desert Island (Maine, USA)
- Multi-purpose Digital Indicator
- Multimedia Document Interface
- Multiple Daily Injections (insulin)
- Multiple Document Interface
- Multiple Dose Inhaler
- Multiple Dwelling Inspector (New Jersey)
- Multiplex Device Interface
- Multiprofessional Directorate Intranet (Healthcare)
- Munazzamat el da Wa Al'islamiya
- Mutual Design and Implementation
- Modified Dipole Interaction - Helioseismology
Samples in periodicals archive:
Multidirectional instability Instability must be distinguished from laxity/hyperlaxity.
The types of instability varied in these patients, with 10 having anterior instability, six having posterior instability, and the remaining eight having multidirectional instability.
52-54) Additionally, recurrent or multidirectional instability may be associated with anterior or inferior capsular redundancy, which must be addressed with a procedure that reduces capsular volume, such as a capsular shift.
None of the patients in this investigation exhibited clinical evidence of multidirectional instability, although ten patients did demonstrate some degree of ligamentous laxity.
Altchek DW, Warren RF, Skyhar MJ, et al: T-plasty modification of the Bankart procedure for multidirectional instability of the anterior and inferior types.
One patient underwent revision within 7 months for painful multidirectional instability.
Neer CS II, Foster CR: Inferior capsular shift for involuntary inferior and multidirectional instability of the shoulder: A preliminary report.